We're heading this month to MongoBoston, the region's premier user conference for MongoDB. Our own Senior Architect Douglas Hubler will be there speaking on Using MongoDB to Revoltionize Communications and Collaboration Architecture, presenting a case study on how we've leveraged MongoDB to build robust, global user credentialing. We're honored that openUC and sipXecs were selected as case studies at this gathering of Mongo users.
We've been using MongoDB for to enable openUC's seamless and load-sharing global clusters, storing and replicating configuration, user profiles, client registration, and other transaction relevant data. We have been immensely impressed by the robustness and flexibility of the NoSQL solution for our application, so it's exciting to be sharing our distinctive application with the hundreds of other Mongo users expected to gather in Boston later this month. If you're attending, we hope you stop by Douglas' session and ask questions about the unique way MongoDB is enabling highly reliable virtualized communications.
And whether you're attending or not, follow the conference on Twitter with hashtag #MongoBoston--we'll be tweeting insights and activities throughout the day.